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S& Cannot measure the (rood
Resulting from using
M llnltts you fr'tiow ttm
91 xdvk* of th*
Bralor Vlcc-Camammkr, c. A. E.
Officer of the day, Custer l*o*t,
, / I am pica*'**! to any th.t I have the
st tui.bdriK c in Warner** Safe
Cirr. u> 1 mflrrei f>r vears with
kidney tti.ablrs rootrj'lwi In the
snmr. and noChtng scemeti tj h< ip
until I tried it A few butties did
tjj. tor me than all t v *r Kton uiulffiffi
mciiHoc* pteviounly triad. * '
MUCH APATHY IN FLORIDA.
I iIMTOIi ItmiOVAli FI tih
oM<V eX( ITi:Mn\T.
Jiwliuntnillr J*reni to Have l,ot
Mmli (*r<*un4l In tle Kiichf She In
lUklus TiillahjiMM-r Hnn Keen
UaklitK Simr Itupil stride* In the
Strni4le—M. \ut;H*(inf linpeetn n
li.. V ufr c*u llii* I'.HMt i imnl—OenlN
Tal)ah*see, Fl*.. Oct. 23—The last fort
night of the |wlltleal campaign In Florida
Undu unprecedented pthy existing in re
gard to every issue cxct.pt the contest as
to the* future location of the state cap!
tal. The Ikonocratk: national and mate
tickets will be elected by the usual, or
perhaps slightly In**rc t-e<J. majorities, for
they hve not opposition enough to •*-
tract an unusual crowd of voters to the
polls The state capital b eat! *n election
will la merely a primary, to be partici
pated in by only whU< Democrat*.
Until within |he hist few weeks It seem
ed that the real fight W;a between Jack
aotiville and TnlluJiassee; that white 8t
Augustine and Ocala were making strong
races and would receive attractive votes,
neither would reach either Tallahassee or
Jacksonville. At present, however. It Is
hat <1 to my which l* Tallahassee’* strong
est coini'ctitor. Jacksonville seems to
have certainly lost much ground, partly
because of fnctfne.il splits in the Jack
sonville Democracy, partly bee nine of
hard work don** by Ta!lahsu*oc, Ocala and
t*t Augustin* , and partly t* • use of
griming resentment twards the methods
employed bv Jacksonville’s advocates
Nearly all of the ?*o!itlclans ur<l editors
*.#.m to view t h* contest as one between
Mr. Frank Clark, of Jacksonville, the new
chairman of th** Democrat! Stnte Kxecu-
Hv CommUtcc, an I the political oppo
nent* of Mr Clark. That Mr. Clark Is the
author (fid chief promoter of the present
capital removal agl'atl* n is w*ll known
It was through Mr. ("lurk’s energetic
efforts that she capital location I sour was
ordered by the eon rent km. to I** 1 submit
ted to primary of white Democratic
Bt. AtiatPMlne expects to get a Mg vote
cm the Fast Cnnat, where th** Flagler In
terests re very extensive. Ocala. whl h
1 nearer to the state’s center of popu
la ■lon than any of the other candidate
cities, husit* large hop's on thin fact t**
get a hlu vote—or. rot her, as her advo
cstes insist, a big victory. Ocala and
Hi. Augustlno *\*t not Insist that It I*
neces;*ry to m*ve the capital, but each
claim* that if |t Is to be removed, sh**
Is ih*- proper i ;• <*e to r* • ivo It.
At Tallahassee, th* present capital,
complete confidence is fell that th** pres
ent removal agitation will result as nli
similar mov m*i t> In thin state for fifty
year* pas? have resulted —in the retention
of Florida's capital at Its present site.
Till, *<lTtlFH\ I)1IIK( TOHS.
I’ortnrr llmird Wn Me-elcetctl fur
the Mtimiinx \ enr.
Richmond. Vo . Oct. 25. At th*' annul!
meeting of the stockholder* of the South
ern Hal leva y Company. held hero to-day.
the former *hrl of director* was r
eleeted as follows: Alexander B. Andrews.
Joseph Bryan, Harris C. Fahnestock.
William W. Finley, Hols rt M Galloway.
Samuel M. Inman, Adrian lselln. Jr .
Samuel Spencer. Charles St* el* . Skipwlth
Wllmer ai*t Jume* T Woodward.
The annual ou ting of the Chesapeake
and Ohio Railway wu.- held t the ofHctv
of the comiwiny this morning. The r*-
port of the directors t* the stockholder*,
which has already bet-ri made public, was
approved, and the aid of the company w.is
*xtended to the Greenbrier Railway, no a
• **irrg constructed up the Greenbrier rlv
The following were elected director*.
'■r the coming year. H. M*K. Twom
l*>v. New York: Cnouhcey M Depew. II
•1 Hayden. New York; N. Parker Short
ridge, Wynnewood. I*,* . S. M. I'revost.
Samuel Rea. Philadelphia; W. O. Stevens,
'■ Ax:*tl. || t Wh-kham. Rlchiuoiul.
Kl-rvn 1.l U>J( TKD.
■tattlrlil|i Will Jlr Brady to Uo to
Washington, Oct. 32.—The navy depart
• at to-.lay received the following tde
m from Capt. Chester, <l**t.tiling the
r "UU* of the attempt made to adjust
turret gun* of th** battle*hip Ken*
t j *ky:
Tnmpklnevllle, Oct. f* - Kentucky re
‘ r| " and from su'c**ssfill test of one gun;
’ r, d threw chnrg*. Will adjust other
n unt; le ready for s* a Thursday.
* ♦ * I
IhVITATIOh TO SJUNPSOX.
R** Has Vtcen Ashed to Attend the
\lnlmimu Mtntp Fair.
Birmingham, Ala , Oct. 25. —Col. Falk
*‘r of Ala Ini mi State Pnlr As
s -atlon has Invited Admiral Sampson to
*'* '** ku* st during the* fair, Nov. I*lo.
' v> *• want Admiral Sampson to sea
* an exceedingly cordial welcome a
,s -’hern city would give him and w'**
> him to know tout uur people appr#-
•' hi.- services to his country." *uiUl
1 ! Falkner.
f ause of Whitley** Death.
'•*w* York, Oct. 23.—An autopsy was
1 day on the ho<ly of r*apt. D. Whit
*• * ' Birmingham. Ala., who was found
’■*l in the hallway of an alleged gm
i?’ ri house in F'ltz.ibeth street yesterday,
nr * ‘ minj *Hon h(rW'(l that he died of
j rrf *osl of th*- liver and alcoholism. The
will be shipped to Birmlngluim.
N * w Vork. Oc*. a.—Km.tnucl Bliinnon
,S,n * today np|M>4nted by Justice
■T*-;man as referee to take testimony In
‘ dt for absolute divorce brought by
’ ‘ min i Marie MacDowell against Wl
’m bourne MaelMwell.
tnul.p, In Jnil.
l >i->kfori, Ky., Op.. 3.—Henry E
oau.y ~ piared In Jill hre to-dny.
■ '"V ™1 ht CO. will, hi* face covcr-d
**- uovcU irom Uic uuio lo Um
DR. VY HAH TOW 11DKTISP.
Unit!mare Kaagellt t'lalma a ( us
aplracy IgsinM Him.
Freehold. N J., Oct. 3.—Two Indict
n.ents against Hev. Dr Henry M Whar
ton, 4he rvangelint of Baltimore, who
was charged with fraud and inking money
illegally, were httnded up to-day by the
Monmouth county grand Jury .
Dr. Wharton is charged by Miss Clara
6omcra of (Kean Grove, with having ob
tained money under false pre*anee Mis*
Hornier* transferr-<l pnjfwrtv to Mr Whar
ton. to be iwad as a borne for children
Sh* had the doctor arrested upon n charg*
of raising money by mortgaging It. Ha
friends asserted that there was some mis
take. Dr. Wharton, through his attor
ney. states tha there is really one mort
gage on the orphanage property, that of
This, he pave, cover* primarily
personal effects nnd real estate ki Balti
more. more than sufficient to pay it. and
tle mortgage on the .Somers property is
caily as coii.urral security. There was
u mortgage of 52.0U0 ou the property, he
says. wh*n he took it whFh war to have
been taken up by th mortgage in the
Dr W.wvrton declares that his arrest
D the result of conspirary .initH him.
lnstlgate<| by reebients of Baltimore.
Since his arreat b' has been in receipt
of numerous letters and telegrams offer
ing aid. No date htis yet been act for the
FRA9IONiI CLAIMED IIV :14,<MN>.
Number of Applicants ns Mesult F
Hpantnli- A mrrlrnn War.
Washington. Oct. 23 Many iiwiuirte*
have best* made recently at the pension
cfflce as to the status of claims hied for
pensions by soldiers of the ti|aplsh-Amer
ican wsr. Commissioner Evans said to
day that the bureau scarcely had time to
respond lo ail the Inquiries, but that the
• .aims were In lug adjudicated as rspldß
us i *lble. He added that some of th
claims had lncn and layed by the difficulty
In olualnlng the neccj-Hiry official records
at the war department
"There have been tile*] S4.nrn claims on
account of the Spanish-American war tip
to Monday morning. Oct. 22." said the
Commissioner. "Falls have been made for
evidence in 33.124 of these claims Medical
exomlnatlons have been ordered by this
bureau In 2K.324 claims The dlftercr.ce he
tween the number >f claims filed and the
number of medical examination* or
dered. practically represent* the
number of widows and dependents claims.
Four thousand two hundred/and thlrty
•*ovefi of these claims have been adjudi
LI’NACY PfKMMSEmwm HHOIT.
I'.ffort to tin ve Mrs. Mucker lletnrned
to the Asylum.
Washington. Oct. tt.—Lunacy pnrs-d*
ings were institute*! by the district com
missioners to-day against Katharine B
wife of ex-Judge Thomas J.
Mackey of Booth Carolina, wrbo was dis
charged from the government hospital for
the insane about ten days ago. on hah ■.*
corpus, petitioned for by her husband.
The is*; it ion filed in the Bupreme Court
of the district to-day l* signed and awrm
to by Mr Mackey, and the object of the
proceeding* is to have Mrs. Mackey ro
committed to the asylum. Judge Mackey
alleges In his petition that bis wife s a
lunatic of homicidal and otherwise dan
gerous tendencies; that she hue been such
lunatic since the tenth day of October.
19u; that the cause of her luna *y Is un
known to him. but If the representations
made to him are true, she Is unlit to la*
A hearing of the petition Will be he’d
TOOK TIIK DRAFT AM> FI.KD.
Uomnn In n mor<r Anil In n llnr
ry In lirt llrr Alimony.
Dowling Grenti. 0., Or*. 28-—Whiln th,
court was KrantlnK drernn of <hvorrf>
yostcril.iy afrnoon lo Mrs. John I.orcn
JAtcrs of North D.lllmor*-. h secured
[<osMsslon of n draft for SI,OOO that
Iss-n mode out to h<r In poyment of nll
mony. which the court was expeced to fle
,-res:. nnd fled from the court room The
draft Was cashed at a ne.irby hank
Mrs I’eters and her father. John Mart*,
who had assisted her In getim* the draft
cashed, were arrested on n warrant sworn
out hy R R Harrison, the woman'* at
torney. who claim* part of the money l<e
lonirs to him The entry of the court's
decree has not jret been completeil.
LIBF.HUX MAIIH A riTl/.E'*.
First Colored Alnn Kver SnturnlUed
Wilmlnuton. Del.. Oct 23,-Thc first col
ored man ever naturalized In this state.
William spencer Andemon. xd S3 years,
i native of Ulieria. has been xranted hts
final pillars by Jtld*e Ttrndford In the
Federal <*ourt hrv Anderson's zrandfa
ther wns a former president of Liberia,
hut the new cltlaen has resided tn Wll
miiißton since he was live years of axe
RBKSMDfdNT RRArnW CAJTTOT.
I.orac Crowd Gnlherrd nt the Depot
to Greet Him.
Canton, 0.. Oct. 23—President and Mr.
McKinley reached Canton nt 10:30 n m .
in a private car nttarhed to the regular
Pennsylvania train. There w.i* no or
entitled demon*!rat lon, but a Intae num
h-r of people nesemhied on the atntlor
platform, and *ave them a henrty wel
come as ,hey passed under a laree flag,
draft'd over a section of the platform.
SHOWED THE MINISTER
And fiat Him In Mat.
"In a minister’* family in Ixm Angeles
where I was visiting sometime ago. the
wife complained of serious Indigestion and
dyspepsia. Bite admitted that she used cof
f.-c and she sal<! my re than half believed
•hat was the trouble I Ink! her that I
knew It was the trouble, for I had gone
through *lih the experience myself ate)
had only been cured when 1 left ofT coffee
and took up Posttim Food Coffee.
• Bhe said #he had tried the Postum.
both for herself ami her husband, but
they did not like It. With her permission.
I made Post urn neat morning myself, and
boiled It full fifteen minute* after the real
helling of the pot began. Then when
It wos served. It was a rich, deep brown
color end had the tru flavor and foed
value that every Posttim maker knows.
It Is all folly to talk about trying to make
Postum sl)h one or two minutes steep
"You can't get something good for no
thing. It must be boiled, boiled. boiled
in 1 to keep It from boiling over, use small
lump of butter, perhaf-s twice the size of
a pea. That morning the minister and hl
wife liked Postum so well that the.|r whole
lives were rhanged on the question of
diet and they abandoned coffee at once
and for all time.
•Now after a hard day's work, they are
unfurled, refreshed, and rested by a
up of well-metde Postum for supper That
ore both enthusiastic In Its praise The
wife has entirely recovered from her dys
pepsla I will not go Into the details of
my own case, except to say that I was
„ desperate sufferer with dysperrla and
discovered by leaving off coffee that cof
f,, was the’cause of It I quickly got
wi ll when I took up l.’c'um Food Cof
fee T earnestly hspe many more coffee
drinkers may get their eyes open " Name
and address given by Postum Cereal Cos.,
Wattle Creek, Midi
THE MORNING NEWS: WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 24. 1900.
lit list ii iti iclti Pat i* in.
Great Opportunities in Rainy day Suits.
Don’t Wait for the Rain and Cold Weather to Drive Yoo.
We have just opened up a fetching lot of seasonable
cloths and stuffs for ladies* skirts and dresses, (iet the
pick of them yourself! Your neighbor will if you don't.
M-tn.'h All Iwtili. v (*l<*h*. ;n< h
rn r' rmtcv an r\ A " ••<'*> ' ' * ♦*-•*■ h *" vv ' wl , •** ,, ''
50 LytlN IJ 1 AKD *|*un-. .1- mrh MiWuot ► -lit *>
\\<xi M1,.<1 S.vtU h flu 11... 6... .uu> >•
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•m * /-> | • \!*ro \f arj r\ tVfit) diffc*nt td In *udll >. bin W
/> UtIN lb I AKU ,l*o hi, lln- ..i I- •* Hi-nrIMT, mi'l
Cheviots, fl va;tie>. to-day Tfc
4v-inch New Fulkj Cloths in ain or. grm*s.
Hew* da. old roH and navy; M-lltch l-i-llcs*
OQ Y ARH Cloth in browr astor. oM ros* . vi.d. t.
int ti ai rvl ill'. Vilut*!}. to-<l#y Sr<
M-Inch Ralnv-day Bolting*, plain and
C| "A y i npi plaid k In brown, oxford, light ind
I . /1.1 I ArvU nstxt’d grey, rastor and navy, ee|| regu
lar at C.ul. to-day fl.Sd
7T rp \JTC V APh rinv* plecsa Black All \Vool /IhT
ty I o I nrVLJ *, li.ou \ulu4 SIM \n\ v 7§c
The Leader of Low Ft ices.
MACON'S CITY COURT IN ISSUE.
CLAIMED Dimmer AFt*EALH FROM
IT CANYOT HE MADE.
Imxp llua lleeu Halaeg That It !•
Xlmply a fkinuty < ourt—‘Supreme
I mart Will Hear Ar umeat on the
Matter or Nov. I—lf the Point la
Huatutued Case* From It Before
the Hnpreme (ourt Will Be IH>
Atlanta. Oct. 23 —A petition, signed hy
a majority of the members of the Ma
con bar, was presented to the Bupreme
Court of Georgia this morning asking
that they he allowed to argue orally the
question raised by BollcHor (ietirral
Hodge* several days ago regarding the
City Court of Macon.
The point was that the City Court of
Macon was not a City Court, but a County
Court, nnd that a case could not be
brought direct from that court to the
Supreme Court on u bill of exceptions.
Ail the lawyeis who signed tha peti
tion are interested in the question, as
they have rases pending In-fora the Su
premo <\>urt, which if th** |Klnt of Mr
llodgca is sustained by the court, will
mean that these cases will he dismissed
The first order Gourd by the cour: was
that lawyers Interested In th< point should
make their argument by brief, and thirty
days w*ere allowed as the time for flltng
The lawyers desired to be heard orally,
however. The cou r t granted the petition.
1 Ismmbß the foUotHng order:
"It is orders! that oral argument of
this case. Ivey vs the state, solely tifon
the question raised In the motion to dis
miss. be board on Thursday. Nov. 1 It is
further ordered that the rail of the Flirt
circuit beglr on Friday. Vov 2. instead
of Nov. 1. as heretofore announced"
11l wit's tllti BATTf.KHIP.
The Retvlias laaunclied at € ramp's
Philadelphia. Oct. 23 -The new Russian
battleship Urtvlz.n w.s launched a*
Cramp’s whip yard this afternoon So
wine was used at the christening, the Ru
slan ceremony lie In* observed. Rv
Alexander A Hotovsky. renor of th--
Rusrlar orthodox church, of New York
officiated, aaslsted tjr two o*her priests
■dad In the vnaiments of the church.
The new battleship la the lirxe.t ever
built tn this country. Her total cost will
The Ketvlzan Is X7A feet In lenirh he
tween perpendiculars, has , hf.nd'h of
twenty-seven feet two and a half Inches,
a dlrplar ement of 12.7> tons, a draft not
to exeeed twenty-alx feet and a spo-d of
eighteen knots for twelv. hours at full
Her batterle* will consist of four 11-
Inch. twelve K-lnch. twenty S-tn-h
fpins and six torpedo tubes H<r
multi belt of armor I* nine inches In
thickness, and her nun casement* are live
NICGRO Tt OT>.< Till'. I.i: AtifF..
AAhlle of North rsroll Msr Hr
Made an Ofßeer.
Itostnn. Oct. 22 Joseph H Henderson
of Providence. R. 1., president of the
American Protective I.eaxue. a national
orzrotiizaUon of colored psople. Is arranu
ink matters In connection with the open-
Inx of national headquarters In Provi
dence. as vn>ed at the national conference
at Indianapolis last Annus".
President Henderson t* eontemplatln*
•he ai>potntm< nt of fonxressman Oeorgc
H White of North Carolina a the attor
ney general of the IcaKue Articles of In
con*>r*lP*> " r now in line of progress
11 Is said rhnt the lesicue srlll he Incor
poraied for a quarter of a million dol
lars. the htxsteet rsce concern of the
kind In the world.
WAR LYNCHED BY’ NEtiHOBI.
Ths Victim, a \earo. Had .Inst Mor.
dreed Ills wife.
Vleksbur*. Mlsa. Oct. 3 Oloster
Rarnes. colored. was lynched by a mob
of his own people In the northern part of
this county last nlxht. In a drunken fury
Marnes murdered his wife, stabbed and
bndly wounded a nearo who Interfered and
engaged In a rifle duel with a white man
who attempt cl to arrest him. He was
caught by a fwsse after a de.perate flgnt.
In which he sas shot through the thlxh
In Charge of two colored deputies Msrnea
was staried for Ihe county Jail heie On
the road his escort was put to flight by a
l>lx crowd of ncuroe*. who look the mur
derer Into a thicket and shot him lo death.
Prince Tnnn Is Fsidently Rtlll on the
Tien Tsln. Oct. 3 en. Oaselee's expe
dition Jolne<l I.otd Camphell's Oct IS. nnd
the cenblnd force was expected to r ach
Pio Tin* Ku ye.terdsy.
At We Nan ihe British discovered a let
ter from Prince Tuan entering the exter
mination of the expedition among th*
marshes and ottering atm. from tha gor
MlftfllONAlUK* IN BKWSION.
There Are Oxer 4(kt Delete a tea at
Springfield Mas*. Oct. 23.- The fifty
fourth annual meeting of the American
Missionary Assoctalon • fe t* i lu re to-day
with over 4u> delegate* in attendan* e. The
re|Hrt of the tresasurrr. H. W. Hubbard,
of New York, was presented nnd the re
port of the Kx* < utivc Committee w/%e
read by Chairman Hull of New York
Among other things, it said
"In many caws the gm-liiat** of our
tntiudoruiry lmtHution* in oduratlonal at
taltimerts will not suffer In comparison
with those of the North The normal and
graded schools in ihe Bout hern states,
with scarcely mu exception, receive the
good offices of many rdmsted people In
the communities wiierq ihy are k> ated
• • •
‘The Mormons have s<nru* 500 iMec now
working us mlslsonaries In ten of the
Southern state* They usually seek com*
munifies which are isolated from educa
Coital and civilising Influent •**. ind they
report a growing work, clctmtng 9.000 or
lO.ftO In the South. Th** Mormon workers
In the South are more afraid of •duration
than of anything else in the world
"There are now 222 Hottthern churrhes
al*.‘ed by the association. • • •
"The non-Chr stinn Chinese population
of the Fnctflc roast is being wonderfully
leavened by the Influences of the Chinese
Christians. More than a hundred sub
scription* to the new ml*!*b>n house in
Fresno have come frwn those who no*
long since would have been called
"heathen Chtniae" Two-thirds of the
Chines** support for this work thus came
fr*m that cla j * who mxe reproached, ex
iled. whipped or Imprisoned their relative.*
who ventured to become Christians."
CYC LI.AT* I NHKK THE BAN.
Engliitti nnd American* Kept tiff tin
l*nrls liner* < nr*c.
Taris. Oc. 23/~Th* wheb* colony r f
English and American cyclists have been
forbidden to enter (ha Far. <i h i’rlnct*.
except to withdraw machine?- and other
Irfrsonal property, as a result rf dioptre
Burshiy between Jacqiu ltn and M~Failnttd,
the American rider. McFarland refusing
to race us he claimed a meioacing crowd
surged over the track
Yesterday afternoon Cooper and Me
Farlaitd went to th*- l’arc d's Princes to
ac<*npllth th*lr daily tfairing, but found
that the gatekeeper had received strict or.
der* not to allow them to elite*. Wh k*
they were arguing the |*Hnt with him sn
Englishman nam<d arrived only to
find that he. as well an hU other English
racing men, were included among the *x
M desGraves, the nvinager of the |ark
declare*! that he had no per*mat reoant
merit toward McFarland, his Arndvin
com|Mtnota or ft tends, but he desired to
point out that ButnlaC* Incident had oat
him dearly, ss he had Ireen cotnpelbd t
return the gate money, to bear the cost of
advertising and to pay th* wage* of the
staff, a total of eeveral thousand francs.
DOW is: Bttlllll'-D IX l/IMHII.
Faith llenler Set t |n by s Band o."
IfM|on. Oct. 23 —John A!©xan<W Doorla,
th© Zlcmlst of Ch! ago. wa; m<*bbel at a
meeting at Bt. Martin** Town Hall yes
terday afiernoor. From (FO to 700 stu
uenth attempted to pr#‘%*ent the faith
healer fr©tn efilerlng th** hall. I ut n strong
fore* of poflre pull©*! Mr Dow I** through
the mol* of Mu<l*ms nml arrest*4 th*
.Although Mr. Dow!** haff exerrlsei th.*
greatest possible precaution In the |ssu*
of tlekets. refusing hosts of A|ifHo*nt*.
he was severely he©kl©4 t the evening
meeting He onnoiirr©) at the flow- of
his *<Mt©hs that h< hail learned of a p’ot
to murder htm. imi b<l rommuni- ater! (be
details to the authorities
GCItM A.N TROOFff •*( FFEHING.
German Attitude TouiKl the Ilehrl
llon Not D'llned.
B©rlln. Oct. 23.—Advices frotn China
show that th© German troop© ar© suffer
ing in heilth. New* of the of thr*©
from dtroae© was c.iil>l to-day.
When the attention of the G rman for
eign ©flic© was called to the su© esses of
the rebels In Kwnng Tung provin. ©, ami
It wo* whether the Powers bad
yet dl*Ctl**ri their attltud© toward (he re
bellion. a high oflV lal replied In the n* -
atlv©, hut implleil that it would aoon be
come neeefuary to da*f tins that point.
The paper* hov that the fir- measure
that will Ih* Intf’odur •ii |n th*- lt*ichstag
will b© a bill indemnifying the govern
ment for th© expenditure on th© Chiiiu
Dnsinnrt l.enara Harbor.
London. Oct. 23.—The Globe (his after
troti announces that Great Britain ha*
leased from the English contractors the
course of construction, for a period of
eight m* nth*, with the object of Winding
men and ‘tores there rmd utllixioff th**
branch railrrad thence to Eng*Ho. wh* r.*
It Joins the main In© to I‘©kin
You Huvltm n NsiTsssar.
Berlin. Oet 23 —Baron von Iti hthof. n.
under-secretary ot the foreign office, has
been appointed to succeed Count voti Bus
4uw a* nOaiatcr of fortigu *rf*lr*
ADDRESSES AT VANDERBILT.
anniakhaary rn:M( ittA weak
4(1 ITE IVrnRVCwTINAL
l*resllent Hadley of Yale Apfikr *n
"Ike Direction of American I nft
verslty Dc% rloposcat"—Mr HUrwts
•*i the Ibinaers of Trusts— N% nrk of
Oollrgra hurt t nlversltiea In (Nresst
isg Healthy Faklle h>Rilnrst-ls
lii(lrr b* ( huu*cllor Kirkland.
Nsahvtlle. Tenn., Oct. 23 lntc
errr .ses in ekbration of the twenty
fifth anniversary of VaiMlarbilt Ualvtrsitv
were held to day in (loupe, Tabrrnac e
M* mlfcr* of the faculty ami board of tru
i'***. Students and gradu ites cf the urtl
\*rslty form** 1 In prticeiailoti on the
ground* and ptocnslfd to the Tabarnacle
Hepravfntatiroa of many ottasr oo.lag>a
and universities atul friends of Vsrwlerhllt
Addrsuhes sere dsitvsrtd by l*r*sidctit
Arthur T llodiey of Yale nnd (2hano I
lor Kirkland of Vanderbilt The presoota
non of KliMMim llali. the gift of W. K
Vanderbilt followed An s’ybormte must
cal hit n-Hderei.
Pres dent Art uur T lladlcy, LkD . of
Yale I'nivorsHy. delivered an adrlreaa sn
tltled "The Direction of American t’ni
xcraity I>*v< lo|>incnfHe mid. In port
"Among th* many distinctive feature*
of Ametioan life there ts none more d*s
tlnctlve than the great m*vement at the
last forty years toward the private endow
mem of free educational tnstttufams—that
movement which has resulted In the es
tablishment of Cornell and of Johns Hop
kins of Chbngo nnd of Iceland 8* an ford
that movt-nn-nt which in the New South H
Ihl by Vender bid 1 ’ni varsity at N'aahvllle
"It so co.dVlentlv expr* t*l that the
wulls irf thee* r:i.it>wm#etß would show
themselves In oil** of three ways, either
bv an increased popuiunmat on of barn
uk. which should make the university
thus founded a vast lyceum. or by a
development of new fariiMes for techni
cal tratntvkg which should equip the mu
dent to make a latter living by modem
m*th<xts than be could by old once. or,
mvdly. that they should serva as places
tor the endowment of scientific, research
Not one *f these three ideals has been
realJged The inn4-fw Ametioan unlvrrs
ltyi has in It prof minder capacities for
public service than woukl be furnished by
any lycoum, however brood, by any group
of technical schools, hewrer praotiral.
or hv any nggrrgation of scientific te
cialtsts. however dlenter***tel In their
devotion to their several pursuits.
Trninlnx of the Voter.
"Th** founder* of the nation saw that
free mart must have the knowledge nece*
it y to rnahlt them to use that freedom
♦o the public advantage But mere in
tdtigenra oti the part of the voter*, how
••ver great. Is not sufficient to secure wise
administration of tin* affairs of the coun
try ns a whole Each change In Indus
trial nnd p lith al mot hods makes It clear
• r that they must have also a sens** of
trustees hip, and the training of this sohpv
of trusteeship is at once n mare difficult
ami n mire Important thing than the de
YflopcTtetvt of mere political intelllgev*e
"Our great organlxatlons of capital, and
the orgatiisatlofis of lal>cr also, are trust*
:ii s sense which was not dreamed of
when that word was ffrst applied o them
Their dangers can be effectively met onl>
sh*n their character as trusts Is recog
rlxed; onlv when there Is a sense of
honor In conducting ihem and a true pub
Mr sentiment In dealing with them BH*h
public sentinv nt doe* n*>t exist to any ade
quate degree It mutt be developed or
Ire we mutt lose our Industrial Itbvrty.
nnd rravttate toward a dictatorship
"There ha* been a simitar development
in matters palftlcal The doctrine that
each cftlgen and each district should g*f
ill that It can out of the general treasure
Irevliably results In a sacrifice of the In
rests of the whole to that of the parts
Tl* only protection for us and even more
for the territory Just annexed, whatever
its final destiny, lis* In the development
of the sense of political trtisfeashlp
"The task of creating such a sentiment
is *<i great that the c..-operafun of many
igerides Is required to give It effect But
there Is no one psrt of our nstlonal life
wiidto th* re arc so many opp*rtunlf lo* f.r
Its development ss In our collages and
I bs ellnr KirU.mid's Address.
Cnnncellor Kirkland ipikr on "Twenty
five Years of Vniversify Work." He
said In part
"Twantydlve years ago a notable gath
ering ae**-mhled In the university chapel
on the Vnndcrhilt campus At that time.
Bishop McTvejre. presl.b ot of the Board
"f Tnjst. delivered to Chancellor Garland
the key> of the university, and inducts*!
into office th* facilities of the literary.
Biblical, law and medical and iMirtments
Ample grnursle hod been purchased and
improved. One university leifldlng had
been ere ted, and a fair equipment in
*c|ence had been provided Altogether.
FOR THE CHILDREN.
To Keep TUelr Dlgeatlan P-rf-et
Xuthlng I. H.( Hufe ..g ftr.aa.t mm
HtMrt*. ti>..t-|t.i. Tatilet..
Thoueand* of men nd women hve
found Hiuart’. Dy.pop.la Tablet, the
•Hfedt nnd nvi.l r.dtahie prep.ratt> for nn>
form of lndtgc*iioo or Mornich trouble
Thousand* of peole wtw> are not elek.
hut are ell and wlh to keep well tuke
Ftuart'e Tablet* after every meal to tn-
Mire perfect rttgertlofi and avoid trouMe
But It t* nut xenerallv known that the
Tablet* are Ju*t a, good and wholesome
for IHtle folk, as f-r .heir elders
I,title ehlklrm who are pale, thin and
have no .pjetltr, or do not grow or thrive
.-Iteultl us.* the tablet, after eating and
will derive great benefit from .hem
Ml* fl H fToetlay, Ut Waehtngton
street. llolM.ken, N J . write*: Htuart'*
|y*|Mp*ta Tablet* Just fill the WH for
children a* well an for older folk* Pve
had th<> beet of luck with them My three
year-old girl lake* Ihem a* readily a*
candy I have only to nay "tablet*" and
she drops everything eiae and run* for
A Buffalo mother a *hort time ago who
•le*i>n!red of the life of her babe was so
deJlglMed with the reeults from giving
the child these tablet* that he went be
fore the notary puhllo of Erie county.
New York, and made the following affi
Gentlemen —Amort's Dyspepsia Tablet*
were re.ommrnded to me for my two
months old hahy. which waa alek and
puny and ttie doctors eald was suffering
from irwllgertlon. I took th* eblld to fh*
hospital. I>ut there found no relief. A
friend mentioned the St mart Tablet* and
I prorured a l>x from my druggtr. and
used only the large sweet loz- rage* tn the
I six ws* delighted to And they were Just
the thing for my baby I feel Justified tn
saying that fhttart'a Dyspepsia Tablet*
saved my rhtld'a life
Mr*. W T DKTHLOPB.
R jhscrlbetS and sworn to before mr Ibb
121 It day of April. IW7
Notary TuMlc In and for Krl* c<x. N. Y.
For bablee. no matter how young or del
icate. th** tablet* will a< rnmplbih wonder*
In Increasing fleah, app-tlt* sod growth
I'** only the large sweet tablet* In evwry
box Full el*d boxes are sohl hy all
druggist* for 3t> cent*. *nd no fsaretN
|i. t:kl neglect the use of this safe reenedv
for all Stomach and bowel inrxmbte* If
th. Child I* ailing In any way regarding
It* fowl or nsslmilattfm
At uart * Dyspepsia TNbbla have teen
known for year* a* tha best preparation
for all etomoab trouble* wbello-i In adult*
Skin Tortured Babies
And Rest for
la a warm bath uli MLAPand a slnfl. MMlntin.
with CITICURA, purest of emollient* nnd greatent of skit*
cures. This Is the purest, sweetest, most speedy, permanent,
and economical treatment for torturing, disfiguring. Uchlng.
burning, bleeding, scaly, crusted, and pimply skin nnd scalp
humors, with loss of hair ot infants and children, an* Is
sure to succeed when all else fails.
COwncTC cxtkmnac.no intknnai ta t at m r ntt one v **tM ®;
iuOM>ti| olios \\rhu.s ond InOWlPt. on*! * ■* t- ■■■ iimnT
tf- Xir-1 A •mat •ai k rUmi o*egu*eot to tw- IP wafwi hogowwo *” T M l,w *
a* a laaa i uar, L* fnyi, Bmuh m AU obol tin §kta !s••**. *8 h*t, tr—.
for buildings, equipments and grounds
$42)DiSt bed been stent. sr.d an endow
ment of sk*l.ooD wo* in hand The plane
on whlti the uni verst ty Imd t*e*n tr*-
Jected was higher than the actual means
in h.m<4 allowed From th** ver> l*egln
ning Vaodarbllt ITnlverslty has hnd pioc*Kl
u|on |i respoi*i-Milties heavier than could
is met hy Its resources The university
has hn emphatically- the child of fatth
"In 137i our grounds had fX>st us slL*.' On
to-duy they ars worth three t*me that
armtunt At that tlm w had an equip
ment costing s*.(/>. this li groan to
five-fold ihaf amount Then w* owned
only <Mie university hutidtng Lr pnrjs*o
of lost ruction, txiw csir work Is dons in
nine public buildings whloh rapra-ant an
•xpendtlure of neatly YomOA <Hir en*kw
ment has Incroasod fr*wn S.YJO.OQD to |I.VS>.
nil fKir four 4h*fartrrfbrvts have grown t *
prrven. atul the enrollment of student* has
The reception In the afternoon to>k
pki'e In Fniverslty Hall of (he main col
legs building. leglnn4ng at & o'clock. The
chancellor, trust* es and faculty were the
hosts assisted by a large committee of
lodlea President and Mrs Had*ey strsMl
with Chaocgflor and Mrs Kirkland. Mrs
I lent on M*Mlllln. Mrs. James M lle.el
and Mrs Tillet
This evening the banquet at Kieeam Hal)
was participated In hy Wt fucats, Includ
ing t n*ntilsr of visitors of note Chan
eellor Kirkland was master of ceremonies,
and President lladley of Yale, the prin
cipal speakrr H*s subject was "Our
Bister Institutions "
Among other set speeches were those
of Mayra J M Head, Alien G Hall and
John I4e|| Kcehle of this ritv
A* the prceen* at ton of the new Kleslm
Hall this afternoon Ctiamellor Klrkiaml
announced that W. K. VandearMlt, the
donor, had found It inqtosaiMe. for bust
ness reasons, to aftensl The chancellor
read a letter of regret from Mr Vander
bilt. which expressed the deepest interest
In the welfare of the university The au
dience voted a telegram of greeting and
thanks for the sentiments exprevard* In
DKAIII tl Ml AISNIXIHTB ATION.
AI tae Id R|.oke at a Afaaa Meeting
Held la I Hlewgw.
Chicago. Oft. t% -Ex-Gov Altgehl was
the principal speaker tn-nlght at a Demo
cratic mess meeting at the Auditorium
The meeting wo* one of a serts. to he
helil during the final two week* of the
campaign In China and the great halt
was packed to the door*. Gov Altgehl de
voted most of hi, ttm.- to a discussion of
the Philippine question atul bitterly de
nounced the administration's policy In re
gard to Ihoee Island*
"The pnrrPtlc Intelligence of America
t* to-day ngolnt the McKinley ndmlnl,-
trailon." said Gov Altgeld. "the men who
sre to-day hr-dlng that party, which was
once headed by the mighty tdncoln, are
depending on crime to perpetuate their
"There ape only two principle* known In
th* government of nations: one I* brute
force, the other Is th* consent of the gov
erned And our flag tn the Philippine. I*
standing, not for our system of govern
ment. hut for th* same condition* that
prevailed there under Rpanl-h rule tor 3nn
Gov Altgeld read a letter from ■ private
soldier In Trij>p G. Eleventh 1* P f'avalty
In the Philippines, Ir which the l*'t*r
told of the killing of worn* n and children
attendng a wedding p.rty during a uc
cee.ful effort to capture a Filipino general.
RTTM. AFTF.It I IF.VKI. AM*.
Hat the lalerrlewera Are Getting
Trenton. N J . Oct. 3 —Th* Trenton
True American will to-morrow quote *x
17'shiert Cleveland a* saying
"lain not aware of having made any
statement that would Justify the g**er
iion that I am going lo aoiqsirt Mr M-
Mr. rievebitsl declined to make any
statement regarding his position, and the
worth, quoted were made tn response to
a suggestion from the reporter that a re
cent letter of hts reiterating hi* Itnanrnl
view* of ISM was being construed as
meaning he Intended to support Mr. Mc-
Kinley in tha present campaign.
Rtlll Decline* to Talk.
New York. Oet. if. - The Journal ant
Advertiser, which will print th* a*m<-
stalemeot to-morrow say that Mr. Clave
land added that he had received a letter
from the West some weeks ago asking tt
ta- had changed hi* view* on flnanclsl
questions and he replied that h* had not
Mr Clevelond added that na had retired
from political activity and mud derline
to be drawn Into a discussion of a polltl
STK.YMKM'h IH Htil.lt UOXE.
City of Key Heat la ta a Helpless
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 3.—Th* steam
ship Ctty of Key West 1* In a helpless
condition and anchored below Cape Can
avnret. Bhe ha* lost her rudder. Th# tug
Three Friends left here to-dny to tow her
into this port, where eh* wt I he repaired.
Thompson for Congress.
Montgomery. Ala . Oct Th* Dwno
eratlc primary to th* Ftf'h Alabama dl
trlct resulted In the nomIBAUoa ot G*.W (
_fb*<np*en tqr Jongtesv
IN*TI!I (TKB* KEPT *W MKT.
I'rroiiirnf lino lgnrr<l Gtalrxuia
Chicago. Oct. 23 B**nafrr Jones, chair
man of the |Numcratlc National Coxtv
mltte**, mnt)< th© f:h>wing sratcmmt to
"Th© that met ions gb©n to th© cotmnla
>Wwc*a on the part of th© Fnttertl Htitts
to r©go(lißi© th© treaty with Hpwlo In
IMri© in MHi Hava tw v©r, ©o far as 1 know,
bron mod© public. Whan th© troaty waa
bofor© th© Hctiat© for ratiffcatlon thora
was a great damand that th©s© Inotisic.
tlonn thou'd h© imd© pnbtb . Ho groat
was lb© d©tr* for information that many
tir-wsp.tpcrH |iHilAh©l ivh.it was **trasd
to Iv Insld© Informtion at**ut what itiess
Inal ruction* contuinrd Hut for i*onsa
reason, and dsMilK©ss r.o* an unimportant
one. this deelr© wa* not g stifled.
"Th© F*r©kl©n(, In his let tar of ac<xpt
•lio*. uii* ted a twirl of thoea. a* 1 twvder
a’ll n<i. arc rot ln*trur(V na I addf nasod htn
in h not© <at. 5. call! tig hi a iatt*-akm to
th© fact and requested that Inasmach ta
the part of the inatructlona wbtrh ha
conakAerad favorabla to tb© position
• f his p *lltl nl party w.is so u* and by blm #
ttic remainder should b© mod© public,
t'oirtlvinx It Impoofbla that tha Ptwp-
Uletil of the l’nlted Bfat© w-hjIM uo© part
of a aecr©l do* timent fg th© a<lvaiicaoMnt
of his personal fortunes and th© Inter
ests of his own potßlca! party and at tha
sam© t|m* refue to th© public tha rs
sißlnrtrr of this document. ! exiwlfld to
Lav* a praapt an*w#r from tb© Proal
dent I hava now waited Lit more than
two weeks aid hav© not had th© honor
of an acknowl©dgmrnt ©von of tha ra
celpt of my rot© "
M 1.1. €1 M MING HI-FI IT.
Aagwatans W9II freaest Nam© of
€ apt Naiem Hratrhrr.
Augusta. Oct 23—Th© Confedorot*
Vstcrana of Augusta m©4 to-nigtit and
unanimously darldid to pr©a©nt tha ti*m
of MhJ Joaeph B. Cummlng to the annual
convent*on cf h© Georgia Division. Fnltod
Confederate Veterans, to ba held in this
city next month, as the MH©oa©or of On.
Evans. MoJ thimmlng was present at
the meeting awl l*©gg©d that hi* mine
©ho*iid not t.e used Th© gentleman am*
so urgent In hts request that It waa fin
ally decided after tnk *h argument, to ac
cede to his wishes Th© vtterana h©n
thought Maj Cummlng evr.lorntly fitted
for the place, and still think that a man
from this part of the state should be Han
oi©*! with the position.
By fi later action the meeting derided to
piesrnt the name of Caprt Baletn !>©utcher
lo the convention. If th© gentleman would
permit It. A comm I (Ire w* appoint**! to
watt upon Capt Deutrher to-morrow and
urge permission to us© his name
I*l ms were discussed for the entertain
ment of the vlslMng veterans, who will
<om© to th© reunion next month. Bit
Augusta veteran* ar© determined to make
th© vialt of their brethren a memorable
Tlilrli-oar 111-hope aad inn (In(r>
Ixnilevtltr. Ky.. Oct. B —Tha meeting
of the mtaalonary council of the PnKift
tm Rpteropal Church of the entire UoU
Ird Statea. waa formally opened at 1.
clock thl- morning at Chriat Church
Cottwfnl. by m celebration of tho Holy
< Yimmunion Thirty-one tuahope. and
more than one hundred clergyman war*
preaenl. Tha bualneae aaaalon of tha day
aa h>-id thin aftarnoon at I-lederkratui
Hall Immediately aftar lha organisation
tha R? Rav T. U. Dudley. BlilK* of
Kentucky. dallvarad tha adrtraa# of wel
come ffa ridiculed tha idaa that tha mla
atonarlea ara rraponalhle for the < rouble*
Arci’KD xniHti or Tttrrr.
If l.rtl fa thr Fatal -bootleg af at
Valdoa'a. On . Oct. 8.-J. T. Redding.
a prominent plantar of Madlaon county,
Florida, waa ahot and fatally wounded
on hla plantation last night by a nagro.
Mr. Redding. It la andrratoad. accuaed tha
negro of stealing rot tori
Tho negro ranaptd. but I* bring purauad
by a targe poa-e ,
Holla la'a Hrpraaaatattva.
Washington. Ocl. B -Bolivia la again
represented In Washington by a mlnlatar
plenipotentiary. Secretary Hay haa pre
sented to thr President tn that capacity
Honor Fernand. E. Ouarhalla. formorly
mlnlatar for foralgn affalra for Hull via,
who haa Juat arrived In Washington.
There In no bealia poaalM* without
pure Mood, and with pure blood no die
■ate la poaatlda. I'urlfy and enrich tkla
life-current. and good health will reauK.
Hostetler's Htotnanh Hitter- la th* beat
medicine In the world to do thla. It curaa
Indigestion. Constlpatlon. I>ynpepala Ril
louanaaa. Inactive liver, weak kidney*
and prevent* Malaria. Fever and Agub
fee that our Private Revenue Stamp
rovera the neck of the bottle.
Improves tde Ilostetter’s
Appetite aad Stomach
data Sleep. Bitters